Freedom is a powerful force that resonates with men and women of all countries. Millions flock to the shores of the United States to experience this elusive thing we call freedom. Yet, even as we die to defend the freedom we dearly love, most of us are not free. Far too many are saddled under the burdens of debt and pressured to take jobs they do not want or like…just to survive. This is not freed
Mason Weaver understands freedom from a unique perspective. In this book, you will come to understand that freedom is not free and that with freedom comes responsibility. You will want it for you and your family. You will desire it for your friends and acquaintances.
Imagine being able to wake up whenever you want; go wherever you desire, help those in need and contribute substantially to the society in which you live. Imagine having no debt. No financial worries, yet plenty of financial power.
If you stopped working tomorrow, you will know soon enough how much freedom is worth. Mason talks about being a slave to bad jobs, low wages and a lifetime of imprisonment to debt. He also talks about how to escape this burden and live your life the way God would want you to live…wanting for naught.
If you dare to be free, begin by taking hold of this book…the Rope.
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- Clarence Mason, December 2011
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